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Nice day use area with a good roped off swimming area. The park is older with the restrooms and showers in need of an upgrade. The park is located close to the Maryhill Museum and Winery. We really enjoy tasting and then partaking in the wine on the patio at Maryhill Winery. The noise is an issue with the two major rail lines in close proximity of the campground. The site are large, but the sewer hook up is in the rear of the campsite (for back in) and have an elevated connection making it difficult to get a good dump since my sewer connection is in the middle of the trailer. We also had some negative issues with the sprinklers coming on at 9 PM in the site where we camped. Other campers also had issues with the watering schedule. The watering times are listed on the picnic table, but it would be nice if they did all the watering later at night so it would not interfere with our campfire.

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The Tacoma Power parks are always well funded, organized, and clean. Taidnapam is one of our favorites parks. We like to fish from the fishing bridge and also fish from the Mossyrock dam on highway 12. On our stay the park was very quiet.

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Nice smaller KOA that is very clean and quiet. It does not have all of the activities that larger KOA have for children. We stayed here one night as we passed through the area. We will stay here again.

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Very nice state park. We stayed in the B loop w/o Hook ups. The Hook up sites look very nice. Like other Oregon state parks they have educational activities for children and adults that are worth going too (We saw the birds of prey show). At first we were leery of the solar showers, but these turned out to be nice. Clean and plenty of hot water. The camp hosts were very friendly as were the rangers.

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This park is in great shape since it has recently been renovated. All of the roads and pads are paved and level. The full hook-up sites have new and very nice facility connections with two water connections per site (very nice for black flush). The only downsides are the price (a little expensive) and it is close to the highway. The sites that are located on the pond are a little more secluded, and are the nicest in the park. We will stay here again.

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This is a very well maintained park with large private sites. It shows that the host's and owners are proud of the park based on the appearance The park is rustic and has awesome views of Mt. Adams. It has a small play area with swings and a walking nature trail along Trout Creek. We really enjoyed our stay, and my wife and I think this is the best park we have been too. This is worth the drive (around 2.5 hours out of Portland).